Drying Fordhook Butter Beans

We have freshly shelled Ford-hooks and want to know how to dry them (as in dry beans that are sold in stores). Can someone help me? Thanks much!

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

I do mine in a food dehydrator. But, you can also lay them flat to dry. Screens are good to dry them on, if you have fiberglass ones. Spread them out evenly and turn once a day. It will take them several days to dry out, longer if it is humid. You can speed this process up somewhat by drying on cookie sheets in the oven, on the lowest setting, but you have to watch them very carefully to not burn them.

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

If its a hot day, you can dry them in the back of the car near the back windshield

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